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Celso Blues Boy

Among the pioneers of blues in Brazil, Celso Blues Guy offers played some schedules with B.B. Ruler, both in European countries and Brazil, along with his involvement in the monitor “Mississippi: Sobre Robert Johnson” (Celso Blues Guy) contained in the Compact disc Indiana Blues (1995). His biggest strikes are “Amor Vazio,” “Aumenta Que Isso Aí é Rock’n’Roll,” and “Fumando na Escuridão.” In his 27-calendar year career, he provides documented nine albums, having released the first one (Som Na Guitarra) in 1984. At age four he performed on the radio show maintained by his grandmother. After functioning as sideman for performers like Raul Seixas and Sá e Gurabyra in the ’70s, he produced the music group Legião Estrangeira in 1976. In 1980, the advancement of Fluminense Radio focusing on Brazilian rock provided him some airplay and identification.

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